eurovision 2010

all time rank: the position that the country and the song have between all the eurovision songs

chart from the game vote for the best eurovision song.

Eurovision Song Contest 2010
“Share the Moment”
ESC 2010 logo.png
Dates
Semi-final 1 date 25 May 2010
Semi-final 2 date 27 May 2010
Final date 29 May 2010
Host
Venue Telenor Arena, Greater Oslo,Norway[1]
Presenter(s) Erik Solbakken
Haddy N’jie
Nadia Hasnaoui[2]
Host broadcaster Norsk rikskringkasting (NRK)
Opening act Final: Alexander Rybak performing “Fairytale”
Interval act Semi-final 1: “Human sounds” video and stage act
Semi-final 2: A video about a boy that gets to the Eurovision venue and makes an exhibition ofbreakdance live on stage
Final: A flashmob styled performance with Madconperforming “Glow”, alongside live and taped footage of audiences dancing around Europe
Participants
Number of entries 39[3]
Debuting countries None
Returning countries  Georgia
Withdrawing countries    

History

The Eurovision Song Contest 2010 was the 55th annual Eurovision Song Contest, broadcast from the Telenor Arena in Bærum, Greater Oslo, Norway. It was the third time Norway had hosted the contest, having previously done so in 1986 and 1996. The 2010 winner was Germany with Lena singing “Satellite”, written by American Julie Frost and Denmark’s John Gordon. It was Germany’s first win in twenty-eight years, its second since the Contest’s inception, and its first win as a unified country. It was also the first time a “Big Four” country won the contest since the rule’s introduction in 2000.
The semi-finals took place on 25 and 27 May 2010 while the final was scheduled for 29 May 2010. The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) announced that the voting system used in the semi-finals would change from previous years to balance jury voting with televoting. A return of accompaniment by orchestra was also proposed, but did not happen.
Thirty-nine countries took part in the contest,with Georgia returning after a one year hiatus, and Andorra, the Czech Republic, Hungary,and Montenegro withdrawing. Lithuania originally announced its withdrawal from the competition, but was later among the 39 participants confirmed by the EBU.
150 million Norwegian kroner (€17 million) was originally the venue budget agreed upon by Trond Giske and Hans-Tore Bjerkaas, respectively the Norwegian Minister for Culture and the head of Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK). This represents a larger budget than that allotted in the 2007 Contest in Helsinki, but is not as much as the budget in Moscow for 2009. The revised estimated cost for the concert now stands at 211 million kroner (€24 million).
NRK announced the theme art, slogan and design for the Contest on 4 December 2009, during the Host City Insignia Exchange between the Mayors of Moscow, Oslo and Bærum, marking the official kick-off of the Eurovision Song Contest 2010 season. The theme art, a series of intersecting circles, was selected to “represent gathering people and the diversity of emotions surrounding the Eurovision Song Contest.”In addition to the base colour of white, the logo was created in black, gold, and pink. A preview of the stage design was released on 6 May 2010, featuring no LED screens, opting instead for various other lighting techniques.
NRK announced the hosts of the contest on 10 March 2010. Those chosen were Erik Solbakken, Haddy Jatou N’jie, and Nadia Hasnaoui. Solbakken and N’jie opened the three shows, introduced the artists, and reported from the green room during the voting, with Hasnaoui presenting the voting section and scoreboard announcements. This was the second time that more than two hosts were presenting the shows, after the 1999 Contest.

Final- Results

# Representing country Performer(s) Song title, writer(s) and composer(s) Points Place
01 Azerbaijan

Flag of Azerbaijan
Safura

 
Drip Drop

145 05
02 Spain

Flag of Spain
Daniel Diges

 
Algo Pequeñito (Something Tiny)

068 15
03 Norway

Flag of Norway
Didrik Solli-Tangen

 
My Heart Is Yours

035 20
04 Moldova

Flag of Moldova
Sunstroke Project & Olia Tira

 
Run Away

027 22
05 Cyprus

Flag of Cyprus
Jon Lilygreen & The Islanders

 
Life Looks Better In Spring

027 21
06 Bosnia & Herzegovina

Flag of Bosnia & Herzegovina
Vukašin Brajić

 
Thunder And Lightning

051 17
07 Belgium

Flag of Belgium
Tom Dice

 
Me And My Guitar

143 06
08 Serbia

Flag of Serbia
Milan Stanković

 
Ovo Je Balkan

072 13
09 Belarus

Flag of Belarus
3+2

 
Butterflies

018 24
10 Ireland

Flag of Ireland
Niamh Kavanagh

 
It’s For You

025 23
11 Greece

Flag of Greece
Giorgos Alkaios & Friends

 
OPA

140 08
12 United Kingdom

Flag of United Kingdom
Josh That Sounds Good To Me

010 25
13 Georgia

Flag of Georgia
Sofia Nizharadze

 
Shine

136 09
14 Turkey

Flag of Turkey
maNga

 
We Could Be The Same

170 02
15 Albania

Flag of Albania
Juliana Pasha

 
It’s All About You

062 16
16 Iceland

Flag of Iceland
Hera Björk

 
Je Ne Sais Quoi

041 19
17 Ukraine

Flag of Ukraine
Alyosha

 
Sweet People

108 10
18 France

Flag of France
Jessy Matador

 
Allez Olla Olé

082 12
19 Romania

Flag of Romania
Paula Seling & Ovi

 
Playing With Fire

162 03
20 Russia

Flag of Russia
Peter Nalitch & Friends

 
Lost And Forgotten

090 11
21 Armenia

Flag of Armenia
Eva Rivas

 
Apricot Stone

141 07
22 Germany

Flag of Germany
Lena

 
Satellite

246 01
23 Portugal

Flag of Portugal
Filipa Azevedo

 
Há Dias Assim

043 18
24 Israel

Flag of Israel
Harel Skaat

 
Milim

071 14
25 Denmark

Flag of Denmark
Chanée & N’evergreen

 
In A Moment Like This

149 04

semi final 1- results

# Representing country Performer(s) Song title, writer(s) and composer(s) Points Place
01 Moldova

Flag of Moldova
Sunstroke Project & Olia Tira

 
Run Away

052 10
02 Russia

Flag of Russia
Peter Nalitch & Friends

 
Lost And Forgotten

074 07
03 Estonia

Flag of Estonia
Malcolm Lincoln

 
Siren

039 14
04 Slovakia

Flag of Slovakia
Kristina Pelakova

 
Horehronie

024 16
05 Finland

Flag of Finland
Kuunkuiskaajat

 
Työlki Ellää

049 11
06 Latvia

Flag of Latvia
Aisha

 
What For?

011 17
07 Serbia

Flag of Serbia
Milan Stanković

 
Ovo Je Balkan

079 05
08 Bosnia & Herzegovina

Flag of Bosnia & Herzegovina
Vukašin Brajić

 
Thunder And Lightning

059 08
09 Poland

Flag of Poland
Marcin Mroziński

 
Legenda

044 13
10 Belgium

Flag of Belgium
Tom Dice

 
Me And My Guitar

167 01
11 Malta

Flag of Malta
Thea Garrett

 
My Dream

045 12
12 Albania

Flag of Albania
Juliana Pasha

 
It’s All About You

076 06
13 Greece

Flag of Greece
Giorgos Alkaios & Friends

 
OPA

133 02
14 Portugal

Flag of Portugal
Filipa Azevedo

 
Há Dias Assim

089 04
15 Fyrom

Flag of F.Y.R. Macedonia
Gjoko Taneski

 
Jas Ja Imam Silata

037 15
16 Belarus

Flag of Belarus
3+2

 
Butterflies

059 09
17 Iceland

Flag of Iceland
Hera Björk

 
Je Ne Sais Quoi

123 03

semi final 2- results

# Representing country Performer(s) Song title, writer(s) and composer(s) Points Place
01 Lithuania

Flag of Lithuania
InCulto

 
Eastern European Funk

044 12
02 Armenia

Flag of Armenia
Eva Rivas

 
Apricot Stone

083 06
03 Israel

Flag of Israel
Harel Skaat

 
Milim

071 08
04 Denmark

Flag of Denmark
Chanée & N’evergreen

 
In A Moment 101 05
05 Switzerland

Flag of Switzerland
Michael von der Heide

 
Il Pleut de L’Or

002 17
06 Sweden

Flag of Sweden
Anna Bergendahl

 
This Is My Life

062 11
07 Azerbaijan

Flag of Azerbaijan
Safura

 
Drip Drop

113 02
08 Ukraine

Flag of Ukraine
Alyosha

 
Sweet People

077 07
09 The Netherlands

Flag of The Netherlands
Sieneke

 
Ik Ben Verliefd (Sha-la-lie)

029 14
10 Romania

Flag of Romania
Paula Seling & Ovi

 
Playing With Fire

104 04
11 Slovenia

Flag of Slovenia
Ansambel Žlindra & Kalamari

 
Narodnozabavni Rock

006 16
12 Ireland

Flag of Ireland
Niamh Kavanagh

 
It’s For You

067 09
13 Bulgaria

Flag of Bulgaria
Miro

 
Angel Si Ti

019 15
14 Cyprus

Flag of Cyprus
Jon Lilygreen & The Islanders

 
Life Looks Better In Spring

067 10
15 Croatia

Flag of Croatia
Feminnem

 
Lako Je Sve

033 13
16 Georgia

Flag of Georgia
Sofia Nizharadze

 
Shine

106 03
17 Turkey

Flag of Turkey
maNga

 
We Could Be The Same

118 01

Returning artists

Artist Country Previous year(s)
Feminnem Croatia 2005 (for Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Hera Björk Iceland 2009 (part of Yohanna’s Choir)
Niamh Kavanagh Ireland 1993 (winner)
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